Henry Kissinger kündigt Post-Covid-19 an


09-04-20 09:56:00,

Nach dem ehemaligen britischen Premierminister Gordon Brown in der Financial Times [1] war der ehemalige US-Außenminister Henry Kissinger im Wall Street Journal [2] an der Reihe, sich für eine Neue Weltordnung zugunsten der Covid-19-Epidemie einzusetzen.

Die beiden Männer verfolgen die gleiche Logik: Es wird nicht möglich sein, die Weltwirtschaft nach der Epidemie ohne Autorität wiederherzustellen. Beide gehören demselben Club an, dem sehr ausgewählten Pilgrim’s Club, unter dem Vorsitz von Königin Elizabeth II.

In ähnlicher Weise hatte der Dr. Kissinger am 11. September 2001 auf der Website der Washington Post [3], wenige Minuten vor der Machtübergabe zwischen General Ralph Eberhart und Präsident George Bush und dessen Ansprache, den “endlosen Krieg” angekündigt.

Horst Frohlich

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Henry Kissinger & Bill Gates Call For Mass Vaccination & Global Governance – Activist Post


07-04-20 07:11:00,

By Spiro Skouras

We are in the middle of the worst global health pandemic of our lives according to the Media, the Government and the United Nations. We are witnessing an unprecedented global lockdown in response to the Coronavirus outbreak known as COVID19.

The global population living in Western countries have been taught for more than a generation to live in a constant state of fear ever since 9/11. We have been encouraged to sacrifice our liberty for a false sense of security, being conditioned more and more each day to rely on the state for protection, and now many of us find ourselves relying on the state to pay our bills.

Despite the government’s budget and deficit continuing to grow exponentially every day… some are beginning to see that there may be more to the official story than what we are led to believe. The very few may have seen this coming and are waiting for the next phase of what very well could be another step closer to global governance. The very men and women, the exact same individuals and government agencies, in addition to global institutions who stand to benefit the most, are the ones calling the shots…

Welcome to COVID-1984 and the official rollout of the New World Order…


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Henry Kissinger: “The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order”. Depopulation is the the Agenda – Global Research


06-04-20 02:33:00,

What a post-COVID-19 world will look like will best be known in hindsight. Some clues:

The manufactured 2008-09 financial crisis enabled powerful interests to consolidate to greater size and influence.

It facilitated an enormous transfer of wealth from ordinary people in the US and other Western nations to privileged interests.

Force-fed austerity followed in these countries at a time when economic stimulus and putting money in the pockets of ordinary people were needed.

Was the decade-ago financial crisis a prelude for what’s now unfolding?

Was it relatively minor in harm to ordinary people compared to today’s dual public health/economic crisis and what lies ahead that won’t likely abate easily or soon?

Will it change the Western or entire world ahead? Henry Kissinger, aged-96, thinks so.

He headlined a Wall Street Journal op-ed: “The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order,” saying:

“The US must protect its citizens from disease while starting the urgent work of planning for a new epoch.”

As national security advisor and secretary of state during the Nixon/Ford years, Kissinger’s criminality was and remains breathtaking.

Like other past and current members of the US imperial state, he remains unaccountable for a lengthy laundry list of high crimes too grievous to ignore.

Slowed at age-96, he’s still influential, advising Republicans Dems alike on geopolitical issues with new world order unfairness in mind.

He earlier and likely still advocates culling the world population of useless eaters, once saying:

“Depopulation should be the highest priority of US foreign policy towards the Third World.”

He called for making involuntary mass sterilizations and birth control a prerequisite for US aid to these countries, wanting hundreds of millions of people eliminated — including by withholding food aid to nations that don’t control their population growth.

In 1974, his classified National Security Study Memorandum (NSSM) 200 called for a global  depopulation “plan of action” to prevent unwanted people from using raw materials and other resources wanted for profit-making so get rid of them.

His scheme was similar to Nazi Germany’s aim to eliminate “inferior” people to preserve the “Aryan master race.”

The scheme is defined in the 1948 UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.

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Henry Kissinger Heckled At NYU, Told To “Rot In Hell”

Henry Kissinger Heckled At NYU, Told To “Rot In Hell”

18-10-18 06:55:00,

Authored by Grace Gottschling via Campus Reform,

Multiple protesters heckled former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on Tuesday while he delivered a speech at New York University’s Stern School of Business.

NYU invited Kissinger, who was celebrating the 45th anniversary of receiving his Nobel Peace Prize Award, as part of a series entitled “In Conversation with Lord Mervyn King.”

Roughly 100 people gathered to protest Kissinger, according to NYU News. Some held signs calling him a “war criminal” while others shouted “rot in hell” and “hey, Kissinger, what do you say? How many kids have you killed today?”

A disrupter getting escorting as she tells Kissinger to rot in hell. pic.twitter.com/64T4ze1rp5

— Esor🌹 (@EsorFas) October 16, 2018

“Hey Kissinger, what do you say? How many kids have you killed today?!!” Protest of Henry Kissinger speaking at NYU at #Iamstern building. pic.twitter.com/WiW2Kw0aKp

— Cival War Musketeer (@StopMotionsolo) October 16, 2018

Kissinger’s Nobel prize has been widely criticized by those who say that he participated in war crimes during the Vietnam war.

Protesters could also be seen holding signs reading “injustice must end” and “you can fight imperialism with violence.”

NYU students, as well as local groups, organized the protest “No War Criminals,” claiming that “Kissinger is regarded as criminal internationally, having formed imperialist policy that caused human rights crises in South and Southeast Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.”

The 27 groups involved in organizing the protest were comprised, in part, of the NYC Democratic Socialists of America, NYU Against Fascism, and the NYU branch of the International Socialist Organization.

The groups penned and signed a letter urging the “NYU community” to reconsider hosting Kissinger.

“Mr. Kissinger has left a legacy of economic devastation, physical destruction, violence, human misery, and death,” the letter states. “His greatest contributions to U.S. history are those of illegal bombing campaigns, failed military threats, direct involvement in coups and support for dictatorships, and the elongation of devastating,

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Henry Kissinger says a “pre-emptive attack” against North Korea is a “strong” possibility

Henry Kissinger says a “pre-emptive attack” against North Korea is a “strong” possibility

04-02-18 08:52:00,

US President Donald Trump has just lectured NATO on it member’s commitment performance and held a controversial meeting with the Russian President Vladimir Putin and is next week to receive EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, with trade matters being high up on the agenda.

Juncker is expected to present Trump with a package of proposals to help smooth relations and potentially heal areas of division, particularly those surrounding Europe’s trade relationship with America. Those proposals are precisely what is cropping up as another area of divergence between some members of the EU, specifically France and Germany, just after a major contention on migration has been driving discord within the Union.

This gets down to whether Europe should offer concessions to Trump on trade while Trump is admittedly describing the Union as a ‘foe’ and has initiated a trade spat with the Union by assessing trade tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Europe, spurring retaliatory tariff measures from the EU Commission.

France, specifically, is opposed to any sort of compromise with Trump on the matter, where Trump is perceived as an opponent to the Union and its unity, whereas Germany is economically motivated to seek an end to the trade dispute under the threat of a new round of tariffs emanating from the Trump administration, and is therefore seeking to find some sort of proposal that Trump will accept and therefore back down on his protectionism against the EU, and Germany in particular.

Politico reports:

Only a week before European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker flies to Washington, France and Germany are divided over how much he should offer to U.S. President Donald Trump to end a deepening trade war, say European diplomats and officials.

But, they add, Germany has the upper hand. Berlin is shaping Juncker’s agenda, suggesting three offers that he could take to Trump on July 25 to resolve the dispute, according to people familiar with the plans.

The French are uneasy about the wisdom of such a conciliatory approach, however, and publicly accuse Trump of seeking to splinter and weaken the 28-member bloc, which he has called his “foe.”

Despite Paris’ reservations about giving away too much to the increasingly hostile U.S.

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